I've been reading a bit of philosophy lately, and while I've enjoyed most of what I've read, some things have been more enjoyable than others. I really enjoyed Thus Spoke Zarathustra, and I'm currently reading The Seducer's Diary and feeling the same. These examples differ from a lot of the other things that I've read in that they have a clear narrative, rather than simply discussing concepts. I've tried finding recommendations based on lists like the ones that Goodreads populates based on a title, but it suggests anything remotely relevant and they typically don't tell a story as I'd like. Can anyone suggest any philosophical works that also have a story element?